What is RII?
RII is a common texting abbreviation that stands for “Really Interesting Information.” It is used to express excitement or interest in something that has been shared. RII can be used on its own or at the beginning or end of a sentence.
For example, you might text a friend:
“RII! Did you hear that Beyonce is going on tour next year?”
“I just learned how to make a perfect poached egg. RII!”
When to use RII
RII is appropriate to use in a variety of texting contexts. It is a good way to show your friend or loved one that you are interested in what they have to say, or to share something interesting that you have learned yourself.
Here are some examples of when to use RII:
- When you are excited about something that your friend or loved one has shared with you, such as a new job, a new relationship, or a trip they are planning.
- When you have learned something new and interesting, and you want to share it with your friend or loved one.
- When you are having a conversation about a shared interest, and you want to show your friend or loved one that you are engaged and listening.
Other meanings of RII
In addition to “Really Interesting Information,” RII can also have other meanings in texting. For example, it can stand for:
- “Rolling In It” (used to express financial wealth)
- “Right in the feels” (used to express emotional resonance)
- “Right in the eye” (used to express physical pain)
However, these other meanings are less common, and it is important to consider the context of the conversation before using RII in a way that could be misinterpreted.
Examples of RII in use
Here are some examples of how RII might be used in a texting conversation:
Friend 1: I just got tickets to see Taylor Swift in concert!
Friend 2: RII! That’s so awesome!
Partner 1: I got promoted at work today!
Partner 2: RII! Congratulations!
Me: I just learned how to make a perfect martini. Anyone want to come over and try one?
Friend 3: RII! I’m on my way!
RII is a versatile and useful texting abbreviation that can be used to express excitement, interest, or surprise. It is appropriate to use in a variety of texting contexts, but it is important to be mindful of the tone of the conversation and to avoid using it in a way that could be misinterpreted.